The Navy SEALs have interesting facts and stories about them. One interesting fact is that 80% of SEAL potentials drop out before completing the program to become a Navy SEAL. Did you know that SEAL training isn't that secret? You can visit some beaches around San Diego at 6 am and see them carrying logs and swimming. The Belgian Malinois is a type of dog that Navy SEALs like to take with them on certain missions. In the article Interesting Facts about Navy SEALs, "SEALs take Belgian Malinois with them because of how loyal trained they are" (1). These dogs are highly trained and can operate easily with their owners and comrades. Over the years Seal training has increased and very few people actually pass to become a Navy SEAL. As you can see, it takes hard work and dedication to become a Navy SEAL.
SEALs are required to utilize a combination of specialized training, equipment, and tactics in completion of Special Operation missions worldwide. SEALs missions are highly classified and very dangerous. Over the years SEALs have done many missions and tasks. The most important trait that distinguishes Navy SEALs from all other military forces is that SEALs are maritime special forces, as they strike from and return to the sea. The other military forces do not do this. Everyday there are Navy SEALs fighting for you, with the risk of their own life. In the passage Navy SEAL's Missions, "SEALs risk their lives everyday for you and your family" (1). You should be thankful and grateful that they protect you from the enemies. SEALs have accomplished missions that are very difficult and they do it with the training they have had in the past.
Hell Week is a week of training with only 4 hours of sleep and a lot of physical tests and teamwork. You only have 4 hours of sleep, so you will be tired and have to work harder than you ever have before.In the informational passage Hell Week, "SEALs only have 4 hours of sleep for the whole week of training" (1). Only 25% of the SEAL candidates will pass hell week and make it to the next step. Scientists have tried to determine how the SEALs made it through hell week and all they came up with is their desire to become a Navy SEAL.
In order to become a Navy SEAL you have to go through intense training first. Navy Seals train everyday to be prepared. It is required that you run a mile and a half in long pants and boots in 11:30. Navy Seal training pushes you beyond your limits to see if your ready to become one of them. In the article Navy SEAL Training, "Navy SEALs are pushed way beyond their limits" (1). You have to also go through camps and extreme training. Training requires you to swim, push-ups, sit-ups, pull-ups, and run all in a certain amount of time. There is also a hell week for Seals which is very tough. The Seals call it this because it is very hard and tough to complete. If you want to become a Navy Seal, you will have to want it, to be it.